A collection of pieces by the Burnt Possum Poets and Easley and Deaton.
Dan Easley (vocals, guitar and keyboards) and Mike Deaton (electronic and traditional percussion) begin with a novelty song entitled "Pogo bonobo". Dan explains: "Pogo bonobo is a sort of genus-species name - he must be some sort of ape fond of bouncing. Pogo was a possum in a political cartoon I read as a kid. To be honest, the whole song is a ripoff of Bela Bartok's Miraculous Mandarin Suite. I can't wait to make the video - but we need scarier monsters."
Chad Gusler of the Burnt Possum Poets reads "Kiss" and "Solipsism (take two)" accompanied by improvised soundscapes ala Easley and Deaton. These stories investigate life, death, and that other thing.
Jeremy Frey of the Burnt Possum Poets contributes "Ode to Micky Jennings". This is the crux of it.
Dan Easley rounds out the BPP's set with a bittersweet tune, "Enough", and a funky electronic version of the old appalachian mountain folk song "Rank Stranger".